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T: 030.8512020. U Friedrich-Wilhelm- Platz. Off Map

Juwe­liere Le­icht

This jew­elry shop has its own man­u­fac­tory and also car­ries lux­u­ri­ous brands like Bul­gari, Utopia, Noor, and Meis­sen, as well as pro­pri­etary de­signs man­u­fac­tured with gold and pre­cious stones. www.le­icht-jew­ Un­ter den Lin­den 77. T: 030.2290212. S+U Friedrich­straße. E3

Sab­rina Dehoff

The for­mer Guy Laroche de­signer's pieces are def­i­nitely not shy, in­cor­po­rat­ing ev­ery­thing from neon col­ors to chunky crys­tals, bold gem set­tings to ul­tra-fem­i­nine mo­tifs like bows. The most en­dur­ing Dehoff clas­sic is her cord bracelet, which has dec­o­rated the wrists of many a Ber­liner. www.sabri­nade­ Torstr. 175. T: 030.93624680. U Rosen­thaler Platz. E2


Most stores are closed

Sun­days, but many mu­se­ums – and their gift

shops – are open. One of the old­est fam­ily busi­nesses in Ger­many is renowned for its pas­sion for fine jew­elry and watches, and in par­tic­u­lar for its pre­ci­sion time­pieces and at­ten­tion to de­tail. Also visit their Rolex bou­tique on the Ku’damm. Kur­fürs­ten­damm 215. See web­site for more lo­ca­tions. T: 030.8826878. U Uh­land­straße. C4; Friedrich­str. 82. T: 030.20399920. U Franzö­sis­che Straße. E3


The Mu­nich la­bel is one of Ger­many’s most im­por­tant leather ac­ces­sory brands, com­bin­ing tra­di­tion and in­no­va­tion with lux­ury clas­sics. Choose be­tween hand­bags, belts, and lux­ury travel lug­gage, as well as gift items such as corkscrews, keyrings and backgam­mon boxes. www.aign­er­mu­ Kur­fürs­ten­damm 50. T: 030.88683638. U Uh­land­straße. B4

Buf­falo Boots

One of the most fa­mous shoe brands in Europe. www.buf­falo- See web­site for more lo­ca­tions. Kantstr. 31. S Sav­i­gny­platz. B4; Rosen­thaler Str. 46. U Wein­meis­ter­straße. E2

Falke Flag­ship Store

This leg­wear shop caters to both men and women with all kinds of socks, stock­ings, tights, knee- highs, and any­thing that will keep your legs warm. They also have a good se­lec­tion of sports ac­ces­sories and knitwear, as well as de­light­ful kids’ socks. Kur­fürs­ten­damm 36. T: 030.88553565. U Uh­land­straße. B4


High- qual­ity leather ac­ces­sories and shoes, from ca­sual to clas­sic, de­signed in Ber­lin. de.liebe­skind­ber­ See web­site for fur­ther lo­ca­tions. Neue Schön­hauser Str. 8 T: 030.24781600 F3


Mode Cre­ation Mu­nich crafts lux­ury leather goods, hand­bags, ap­parel, footwear, and ac­ces­sories for the world’s most sea­soned trav­el­ers. www.mcm­world­ Kur­fürs­ten­damm 186. T: 030.8811104. U Uh­land­straße. B4

Michal Ne­grin

The Is­raeli de­signer has been cre­at­ing a unique lifestyle look for 20 years, with an eye on fash­ion, jew­elry, and home dé­cor. Inspired by vintage themes with ro­man­tic and Vic­to­rian el­e­ments, Ne­grin’s cre­ations are made with Swarovski crys­tals and luxe fab­rics. www.michal­ne­ Mall of Ber­lin T: 030.20143466. U Mohren­straße. E3


Hand-as­sem­bled in their man­u­fac­tory in Mitte, these de­signer glasses com­bine pre­ci­sion crafts­man­ship with new tech­nolo­gies. What started out in an old nurs­ery ( Kita) has now re­ceived world­wide ac­claim. Rosa- Lux­em­burg-Str. 6. T: 030.67308715. S+U Alexan­der­platz, U Wein­meis­ter­straße. F2


Founded over 100 years ago, the Zeha la­bel earned suc­cess with its sports shoes, which be­came the of­fi­cial sneak­ers of East Ger­man Olympic ath­letes. The com­pany paid homage to its founder by res­ur­rect­ing the retro style of the ‘50s with its Carl Häßner Col­lec­tion, still a best­seller to­day. www.zeha- ber­ Pren­zlauer Allee 22. T: 030.44034607. U Sene­felder­platz. F2

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